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WANTED: Cathedral builders to transform intergenerational housing gridlock into community

  “When I’m 64…” the first time I heard those lyrics from the Beatles‘s classic song that destination seemed two centuries away, now it’s only two days. The head of MIT’s AgeLab says that some aging babyboomers will live two decades

Posted in "We" companies, Affordable housing, Co-Living, Creative class, Great Senior Sell-Off, Group housing, HousingID, Intentional Communities, Mlllennials, Real Estate Roundtables

Impact Investors: Reward homebuyers for Social Good or Community Building?

Two years after the Women’s March, why share the Facebook post below — a message sent to a closed group of leading real estate agents across the US? As a daily parade of headlines and talk shows attest, there’s growing

Posted in #REonTap, Affordable housing, Buyer agent, Co-Living, Crowdfunding, Housing Justice, Impact Rebates, Intentional Communities, Mlllennials, Pope's Encyclical, RE2020

Disrupting real estate: What’s Pope Francis got to do with it?

Calls to disrupt residential real estate have echoed inside and outside the industry the past year, but no change will come close to the impact of climate change.  The Pope’s encyclical — On Care for our Common Home — begins with the environment but

Posted in Consumer protection, Disrupt Real Estate, Housing Justice, Impact Rebates, Luxury homes, Mlllennials, Pope's Encyclical, RE2020, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Spiritual Home

Reform or disrupt? Where will real estate be in 5 years? #RE2020

  Loaded words were flying yesterday at Real Estate BarCamp Boston and it wasn’t real estate consumer advocates taking cheap shots, it was real estate brokers — even company owners and at least one attorney calling out the industry’s shortcomings and

Posted in Commission Reform, Consumer protection, Mlllennials, Pocket Listings, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, Real Estate Roundtables, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, reVRM, Savings & Rebates, Tech Trends

Fuming with “Holy Anger”? Can Millennials reform real estate, expand housing options?

Join us for a Q&A with @zillow CEO @spencerrascoff tomorrow at 5pm at the @HarvardGSD! pic.twitter.com/1Pxps6YlEs — Harvard JCHS (@Harvard_JCHS) February 4, 2014 The “double whammy” that has Millennials fuming isn’t “just” a problem of mega-trends, like the two described

Posted in Affordable housing, Bidding wars, Consumer protection, Dual Agency Detective, FSBO: For Sale By Owner, Housing bubble, Mlllennials, Pocket Listings, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Unconference

Millennials: Getting killed by housing costs, or killing homeownership?

  Remember the scene in Dead Poet’s Society where Robin Williams stands on his desk, and challenges his students to change their perspective?  His message:  the way you see a problem or opportunity depends on where you stand.  So the

Posted in Affordable housing, Buyer agent, Defensive Homebuying, DIY Homebuyers, FSBO: For Sale By Owner, Intention Inventory, Mlllennials, reVRM, Timing the market, VRM
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